Have had a stalled our project in my reptile room for some time now. It's going to be an upright cage once it's done. I think I'd like to use it to upgrade one of my current reptiles, but the only remotely arboreal things I have are my 2 JCP, who differ wildly in their habits. One (Alistaire) rarely leaves the ground of his cage, despite having fake logs, and real branches to climb on. He gets on them occasionally, but usually to avoid getting sprayed. The other (Jacket) has yet to be observed touching the soil in his cage since he came to me in May. The cage measures approximately 3x2x5', and would be plenty of space for a JCP. It is not complete yet, only sealed and painted. Still needs lights, heaters, humidity systems, hygrometers, locks, etc. installed. It's indoors, and I'm thinking it'll be a nice winter project to keep me busy. Anyone else keep their JCP in an upright enclosure, have any input as to how much of the height they utilize? When I see a JCP in a zoo or other institution, they are typically high in their enclosure.